Category Archives: Astrophotography

Perseid Meteor Shower Over Colorado Indian Peaks Framed Prints — Colorado Nature Art


This is one of my most favorite places here in Colorado and on the planet. The Indian Peaks in the Rocky Mountains above Ward and Boulder Colorado. It has changed much over the years and is a very popular place. Years ago it was free to get in, now there’s a charge but they do…

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Star Trails at Sparks Lake — Through My Lens


Saturday night I went with the local photography meet-up group to photograph the sunset and star trails at Sparks Lake. Although there was a little smoke from a nearby wildfire on the horizon, it didn’t detract from the stars. It was a crystal clear night and perfect night for photography. There was a quarter moon […]

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Mono Lake (CA), Lighted Tufa Towers, Milky Way — Steven Tze Photography


It is finally time for the first shoot using low level lighting with adjustable LED light panels. While this first attempt is not perfect by any means, I am on the fly of what can and could be improved the next time out. I have previously attempted light painting the tufa towers using a […]

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Milky Way Above The Colorado Rocky Mountains — Colorado Nature Art


Here is a scenic astrophotography image view in the middle of the night starry sky view of the Milky Way above the Colorado Indian Peaks, Arikaree Peak 13159 ft., Navajo Peak 13,409 feet, Apache Peak 13,441 feet, Shoshoni Peak 12,967 feet and Pawnee Peak 12,943 feet. This is in the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area, Roosevelt…

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Milky Way Wings — Striking Photography by Bo


http://ift.tt/29Mhyfn An astrophotography scenic view of camping under the milky way sky up in the high elevation of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. The light clouds in the sky look like they are adding wings to the galaxy above. Reminds me of angels in the sky. There is nothing like camping up in the Colorado high […]

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My First Milky Way! — Laura Macky Photography


Last night we went to watch fireworks and then drive out to the darkest part of the bay area to attempt a milky way photo. The spot I googled wasn’t very good for fireworks unfortunately so I just tried to enjoy the partially obscured show of lights without taking photos. The odd thing was that […]

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